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Faithful Preaching: Declaring Scripture with Responsibility, Passion, and Authenticity

4.33 of 5 stars 4.33  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  6 reviews
What is a preacher? What is preaching? Pastor Tony Merida asks these foundational questions to arrive at this overview of his widely anticipated book, Faithful Preaching:“Faithful preaching is the responsible, passionate, and authentic declaration of the Christ-exalting Scriptures, by the power of the Spirit, for the glory of the Triune God. Expository preaching is the bes ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by B&H Academic (first published 2009)
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Joseph McBee
This was on the back of the book from David Platt, and there really is no better way to describe this excellent book:

"FAITHFUL PREACHING balances the theological acumen on a professor, the practical advice of a pastor, and the personal warmth of a man in love with God and His Word."
Eric Molicki
This is a great introductory book on preaching. It is sound and good in all it covers. It is most valuable in its development of preaching as a Trinitarian act, as well as its more extended focus on the character of the preacher.

The reason I can only give it three stars is its lack of depth. It seems targeted to a non-seminary trained pastor. It is too lacking in depth and specificity to be a very useful seminary text even though what he says is right on the money. It simply lacks depth of expl
Michael Stilley
Helpful primer for pastors or those preparing for pastoral ministry. Tony Merida has been greatly influenced by Jim Shaddix. Merida uses the same exegetical and homiletical methods as Shaddix. Very helpful for me as a young preacher.
Drew Van gorder
Although a very good book in it's content, much of it's content comes from other writers and preachers. While the points were solid and I believe that any young preacher who reads this book could learn and grow from it, so many of the concepts were ideas learned from others that it was difficult to discern much of Merida's information from simply what he had learned from others. The lack of solid individual opinion from the author himself took away from being able to thoroughly enjoy the text. I ...more
David Rathel
Good intro into the basic tenets of preaching. Merida places special emphasis upon the lifestyle of the preacher and the Spirit's role in preaching.
Jake Dorak
A must read for all preachers and teachers of the Bible!
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